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Police shed more light on family arson case

NORWICH – Police say a grandfather knew his family members were going to try to burn down their Coventry home last August. The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office arrested the ... read more...


City officials hoping for dog licensing compliance

NORWICH – With the retirement of long-time dog control officer Jeremy Stopford and the assumption of dog licensing duties by the city in 2011, city officials and the Norwich P... read more...


Sherburne to hold trustee election in March

SHERBURNE – An election to fill an unexpired term for a Village of Sherburne trustee will be held March 15. Petitions are due to be filed between Feb. 1 and 8 in the Village o... read more...


Acee appointed to National Public Power council

WASHINGTON, DC – William Acee, Mayor of the Village of Sherburne, was named to a one-year term on the American Public Power Association’s Policy Makers Council last week. APP... read more...


Sports

UV boys win third straight game

Boys’ Basketball Unadilla Valley 54, Oxford 48 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley defeated Oxford for the first time since the 2007 Midstate Athletic Conference championship gam... read more...


Norwich ends drought against Saints

Girls’ Basketball Norwich 52, Seton Catholic Central 46 NORWICH – Hannah Runyon hit four free throws in the final 14 seconds to seal Norwich’s first win over Seton Catholi... read more...


Norwich swimmers edge Sus Valley

Boys’ Swimming Norwich 92, Susquehanna Valley 91 NORWICH – Down by five points entering the last event, Norwich rallied for its fourth win in five meets this season takin... read more...


High School Sports Schedule

Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011 Girls’ Basketball (5:30 p.m. JV unless noted) Afton at Oxford Bainbridge-Guilford at Sidney Unadilla Valley at Greene G-MU at Richfield Springs ... read more...


Community

4th grader makes half-court shot

Norwich fourth-grade student, Marcus Cashman, is surrounded by members of the Norwich crowd after hitting a halfcourt shot during halftime of the Tornado’s girls basketball ga... read more...


Opinion

How are things looking?

How are things looking these days? On Wall Street they look not too bad. That is because stock investors like profits. Not only the profits they make buying and selling stock... read more...


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